Fondovalle will be making an appearance at the KBIS-Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, North America's largest trade show for all things kitchen and bathroom-related within the design sphere. The Las Vegas Convention Center will be housing over 600 brands to provide a showcase of excellence, allowing visitors and exhibitors to network, exchange ideas, and develop know-how, working towards a pioneering new direction.
Combining design and function is a key driver of research at Fondovalle, which has always instilled its ceramic solutions with innovation, to guarantee the utmost versatility in the use of ceramics as a design feature. With this in mind, the MyTop collection breaks down the traditional view of porcelain stoneware for tiling only, by offering the revolutionary concept of large slabs (measuring 1,630 by 3,24 0mm, which were originally available in a 12mm thick version and now also include a 20mm option. These extra-large slabs, featuring unstraightened edges and a mesh-backing, offer all the engineering and aesthetics of porcelain stoneware, together with greater creative possibilities, opening up the field to new users and new uses alike.
Worktops, baths, wash basins and sinks, worktops for bathrooms and kitchens, tables of any shape and size, doors for furniture and containers, and custom furniture are just some of the potential uses for MyTop.
The versatility of MyTop lies in the vast assortment of extremely natural-looking textures offered, which range from marble to cement, resin to metal, and are set to further diversify the range of sizes and thicknesses available, guaranteeing a custom finish and prestigious design.
For more information at: http://www.fondovalle.it/it/mytop/
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